Crossing the Line by Ellen Wolfson Valladares

Genre: Fiction
Print Price: $16.95 PRE-ORDER PRICE: $13.75
Paperback
Page count: 300
Dimensions: 6″ x 9″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-99-4
Coming to Bookstores in March

Laura, who died thirty years ago, enlists the help of a tenacious high school reporter named Rebecca, who is very much alive. Rebecca, although skeptical and conflicted by her supposed encounters with a spirit, determines to learn the truth about Laura’s tragic death. As the clues unravel and their worlds collide, Rebecca finds herself at a dangerous crossroads.

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Red-Tailed Odyssey by John Irby

Genre: Fiction
Print Price: $15.95 PRE-ORDER PRICE: $13.75
Paperback
Page count: 276
Dimensions: 5″ x 8″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-95-6
Coming to Bookstores in February

The Junior class of the Prairie Winds School of Flight has flown over two hundred miles to compete in the annual South Dakota competition for red-tailed hawks.

Two days later with the competition completed, they depart for home despite threatening weather. The happy young flyers eagerly take to the air, their youthful hearts beating as one. But eight hours into their twelve-hour flight, they disappear without a trace.

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The Dolphin Code by Joe Boudreault

Genre: Fiction
Print Price: $16.95 PRE-ORDER PRICE: $13.75
Paperback
Page count: 300
Dimensions: 6″ x 9″
ISBN: 978-1-947966-00-0
Coming to Bookstores in January, 2018
When Corey Sheppard goes to sea with his parents, the young boy sees more than the ocean. The sounds of the dolphins swarm around him, filling him with visions of a strange new world.

Mesmerized by this special gift, Corey cannot explain what is happening. But Corey’s uncle, Max Wheeler, an amateur marine biologist, pays close attention.

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The Cost of Our Lives by Linda González

 

Genre: Memoir
Print Price: $15.95 PRE-ORDER PRICE: $12.95
Paperback
Page count: 278
Dimensions: 5″ x 8″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-97-0
Coming to Bookstores in February 2018

When Linda González is sixteen, her father’s son from México appears at the front door of her Southern California home. Before that moment, neither Linda nor her siblings knew their father had another child.

Linda’s family portrait slowly shatters over the next years as she discovers her father had a wife and she had two sisters as well. She realizes her very existence is because her father abandoned his first family. With startling candor, Linda relates her parents’ separate journeys to Los Angeles and the life they created in the white suburbs.

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